Jeff grew up in El Paso, Texas where he saw the financial struggles and unique challenges many people faced growing up in a border community. This awareness was further heightened by the fact that his dad was born and raised in Mexico and had dual citizenship. Jeff’s dad grew up in the mountains of Chihuahua, Mexico where his family ran a little country store, worked odd jobs, and learned to make do with what they had. His dad moved to El Paso after high school and worked at a copper smelting company where he was up before the sun every morning to be at work. His mom taught him the importance of helping other people and doing the right thing.
After graduating at Texas Tech University and passing the bar in 1999, Jeff H. Cluff began working full-time with Sam Fadduol’s firm representing people who had been injured and families who had lost loved ones.
One of the greatest satisfactions Jeff receives is helping people who are not being treated fairly by insurance companies.
He firmly believes that when a company or an individual makes a mistake leading to an injury or death, insurance should step in and make it right.
One of the greatest satisfactions Jeff receives is to help people who are not being treated fairly by insurance companies. An injury can be devastating to those people whose lives are affected. Working folks who are used to having their health to put food on the table and pay the bills rely on their ability to bring home a paycheck in order to provide for their family. When a company or an individual makes a mistake leading to an injury or death, insurance should step in and make it right.